Banana diet on national Australian TV with Durianrider. I got the chance to literally share with millions of Australian TV viewers the message of a fruit based vegan lifestyle. I got to demonstrate that a long term fruit based vegan lifestyle is healthy based on my lean physique and high…
This soup is made with cucumbers and firm, zesty, locally grown yellow peppers. The yogurt adds a lovely tang to the soup. And for a bit of fun. Serve with seared Shishito peppers on the side.
Wondering which of your favorite’s for summer are considered stone fruits? These varieties, named for their hard, stone like pit in the center, include peaches, plums, apricots, cherries, and nectarines. They sweeten summer picnic baskets, star in the most yummy desserts, and taste so good that you may be surprised by all the benefits they offer. Although different types vary, all stone fruits are loaded with the antioxidants and fiber that keep your body full and functioning at its best. They’re also low in calories—the perfect summer snack!
Peaches are high in potassium which can lower blood pressure and aid arthritis symptoms. A large size peach also has 3 g. of fiber to keep you fuller longer.
There’s nothing like being left alone for the weekend to make someone who “loves to cook” lose all desire to operate a stove. My husband and daughter ran off to New Orleans this past weekend, and though you’d think I would seize the opportunity to cook dishes that I like that they don’t, the ugly reality is that my diet deteriorated into sandwiches and reheated leftovers. Cooking without someone to cook for just isn’t my thing; besides, with my clean-up crew away on vacation, I knew that anything I cooked I’d also have to clean up. But after a couple of days of sandwiches, I was ready for real food again, as long as I didn’t have to work too hard for it.
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